Indian school students also read traditional Korean fairy tales!

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Photograph of Korean Traditional Folk Tales and DVDs(11.8)

~ Korean Cultural Centre India has gifted Korean traditional fairy tales books to 15 Indian schools ~

08th November 2021, New Delhi: Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI) gifted Korean traditional fairy tales books to 15 Indian schools which include 88 Korean traditional fairy tale books written in English along with 4 DVD sets to each of the 15 Indian schools where Korean Language classes are being held as a part of the curriculum in 2021.
These books consist of representative Korean traditional fairy tales containing the primary emotions of Koreans and are expected to narrow the emotional distance by understanding Korean culture through Korean traditional fairy tales books as well as learning the Korean Language.

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KCCI had conducted pilot classes for Korean Language Education at Indian schools in 2015 and later began Korean language education at 14 Indian schools fully-fledged from 2019. In January 2021, 50 schools in Delhi and Delhi NCR were surveyed on demand for Korean Language classes, an MOU was signed with Indian schools that have
expressed their enthusiasm to conduct Korean language classes.

Currently, 15 schools (18 classes, 607 students) are conducting Korean Language classes as a part of their curriculum, 18 schools (27 classes, 929 students) are conducting Korean Language classes as hobby classes. 9 of them are in Delhi and nearby, 3 in Chennai, 2 in `

Korean Cultural Centre India The Embassy of the Republic of Korea Tel) 11-4334-5000,1 Fax)11-4334-5032 Add) 25 A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar Ⅳ, New Delhi
Homepage: http://india.korean-culture.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/koreanculturalcentreindia

E-mail: koreanculturalcentreindia@gmail.com

Punjab, and 1 in Imphal. Particularly, 7 schools are conducting Korean Language classes as a part of their curriculum and hobby classes at the same time this year. 1,536 students have been learning the Korean Language from a total of 26 schools. Among these schools, ASN Sr Sec School and Learners International School (LIS) held a Hangeul Day ceremony to mark the 575th anniversary of the Hangeul (the name of the Korean script) Day, making it the first time for Indian schools to celebrate Hangeul Day with their students. Hwang Il-Yong, Director of Korean Cultural Centre India, said, “I hope Indian students can not only learn Korean Language but also understand Korean Culture by reading Korean traditional fairy tales,” adding, “In particular, I hope that the psychological bond will be able to deepen by narrowing the cultural distance between Korea and India through the similarities of traditional fairy tales of each
country.”
Meanwhile, since October, KCCI has been conducting Taekwondo (Korean martial arts) classes in 8 Indian schools (11 classes, 716 students) as face-to-face classes.
Attached: The list of schools that were gifted Korean traditional fairy tales books by Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI).

Sl. No.Name of the School LocationLocation
1ASN Sr Sec SchoolDelhi
22 Greenway Modern SchoolDelhi
3Mount Abu Public School Delhi
4 BVB Mehta Vidyalaya Delhi
5 Ganga International School Delhi
6 Mount Litera Zee School Delhi
7Learners International School Greater Noida(Uttar Pradesh, Delhi NCR)
8Green Valley Academy Noida(Uttar Pradesh, Delhi NCR)
9 Dayanand Anglo Vedic (DAV) School Faridabad (Haryana, Delhi NCR)
10 Hindustan International School, Padur Chennai (Tamil Nadu, Southern India)
11 Hindustan International School, Guindy Guindy Chennai
12 Hindustan International School Karapakkam Chennai
13 St. Ezra International Senior Secondary School Chandigarh (Punjab, Northwest India)
14 Caledonian International School Pathankot (Punjab, Northwest India)
15 Mangal Kids School Imphal Mangal Kids School Imphal (Manipur, Northeast India)

Korean Cultural Centre India
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea

Tel) 11-4334-5000,1 Fax)11-4334-5032 Add) 25 A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar Ⅳ, New Delhi
Homepage : http://india.korean-culture.orgFacebook : www.facebook.com/koreanculturalcentreindia

E-mail: koreanculturalcentreindia@gmail.com

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